Sometime in 2017 Rev. Wandii Rukorio, a missionary pastor who was based in Northern Kenya preached in our church. He talked of the great work that God was doing in Northern Kenya extending to South Sudan. It was quite interesting to hear about the intrigues and unique challenges of evangelizing to the ‘unreached people groups’ in that area and how God was working everything out.
But one statement stood out for me and I have been pondering over it ever since.
He said that he had purposed in his life that he would not do those things that the world can do.
He went on to talk about how people in South Sudan, when they heard that there was a missionary in their midst, came to him in a delegation, to let him know that they did not have a hospital, a school and good roads.
‘What else don’t you have?’ Rev Rukorio asked them. They Continue reading How should Christians approach social good?